Music for Macbeth by Locke: "Doubtful, probably by Richard Leveridge"--Cf. New Grove, v. 11, p. 116
Operatic adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth by Sir William Davenant
Most songs in English, 2 songs in French
The introductory symphony, airs, recitatives, dance, and choruses, in the Tragedy of Macbeth : in complete score / composed by Matthew Locke ; the whole revised and corrected, and an accompaniment for the piano-forte or organ added, by J. Addison
God save the King : with eight variations for the piano forte, op. 18 / by Frederic Kalkbrenner -- Martin Luther's hymn : now first published with three additional verses, and newly arranged / by Willm. Hawes -- A hymn : written expressly for the fast day : appointed to be holden for the purpose of imploring Almighty God to avert the present threathened evils of pestilence / the words by R.S.S. ; the music arranged and harmonized by J. Addison -- The grand march in the romance of Blue Beard, for the piano forte / composed by Michael Kelly -- Two hymns / by Reginald, late Lord Bishop of Calcutta ; set to music for the use of Tottenhall Church by Mrs. H.H. -- In this mazy life's career : a hymn / set to music by Dr. Callcott -- Le montagnard Francais -- Air national Suisse -- Marche Marseillaise -- Chinese song [manuscript] -- Easter morning / Mrs. H. Hill
Dr. James L. and Dr. Margaret Whitby donation
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